After Six Years, Dollar General and the EEOC Settle

As noted by a Hunton blog, “Dollar General and the [EEOC] settled a six-year-old Title VII lawsuit.  The EEOC brought its race discrimination claim on behalf of a Charging Party and a class of Black job applicants, alleging that Dollar General’s use of criminal justice history information in the hiring process had a disparate impact… Continue reading After Six Years, Dollar General and the EEOC Settle

What’s Good for the Goose, Ought to be Good for the Gander, Part III

By denying BMW access to the EEOC’s hiring policies regarding the use of criminal background checks, a U.S. magistrate in South Carolina took the opposite view of federal courts in Ohio and Maryland.  Federal courts in Ohio and Maryland held that the EEOC’s use of criminal background checks was relevant in the Commission’s litigation against Kaplan… Continue reading What’s Good for the Goose, Ought to be Good for the Gander, Part III